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El antes estaba caracterizado por una cierta desconfianza prejudicial que llevaba a suponer tendencial falsedad en el interesado, quien buscaria a toda costa llevar el agua a su molino; lo que en terminologia forense se expresaba constatando cuan facile est pro se mentiri ya que nemo contra se agere censetur (6)--, motivo por el cual estaban excluidas como medio de prueba, aunque la jurisprudencia nunca lo entendio asi (7).
malum esse mentiri, illud habiturum eandem rationem legis quam nunc habet, quia esset lex ostensiva malitiae, quae in obiecto ab intrinseco existit".
Townsend's notes usefully highlight those features of the Lives that Henry adds to his sources, as here for example, where the island is made all the more fantastic in its deception of passing sailors: 'nam se postrema priorem, | se prior exhibuit postremam, seque sinistra | mentiri dextram solet, et se dextra sinistram' (lines 154-56).
Marcilius Ficinus seems to second this opinion, out of Plato, or from himself, I know not, (still ruling their inferiors, as they do those under them again, all subordinate, and the nearest to the earth rule us, whom we subdivide into good and bad angels, call Gods or Devils, as they help or hurt us, and so adore, love or hate) but it is most likely from Plato, for he relying wholly on Socrates, quem mori potius quam mentiri voluisse scribit, whom he says would rather die than tell a falsehood, out of Socrates' authority alone, made nine kinds of them: which opinion belike Socrates took from Pythagoras, and he from Trismegistus, he from Zoroastes, first God, second idea, 3.
Republic 3:389b) [rejecting the government's right to lie] Fas esto magistratum gerentibus mentiri.
Ciceron, au second livre ([section] XXX) de ses Academiques, le reprend de la facon suivante: "Vide ergo, hanc conclusionem probaturusne sis: si dicis te mentiri, verumque dicis: mentiris, dicis autem te mentiri, verumque dicis.
5] sin autem urbanioris notae homines sustinetis semper mentiri, recta ad lucrum curritis.
76) "Sufficiens indicium de titulo iniusto, quando servus affirmat se iniuste fuisse captum, nam praesumendum est ipsum mentiri propter libertatem" (Pedro Simoes, In materiam de restitutione, In: Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal, cod.
In speculi transit speciem, quae tertia rerum / Vmbras mentiri nescit, sed singula monstrat / Tersius.
ut per duas res immobiles, promissionem ac iusiurandum, quandoquidem impossibile est mentiri Deum, solatium habeamus omnium fortissimum, ad quod in omnibus tentationibus confugiamus, speique nostrae ad finem usque retinendae corroborationem quaeramus.
Mentiri nescio; librum, / Si malus est, nequeo laudare et poscere .
It is not uncommon for one character to refer to another by name, as `Tum Pomponius: ego vero, inquit, Brutum nihil mentiri puto' (Brut.